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Cool Links For August

The Orion Nebula, viewed by the Hubble

Meet the Wendiceratops, named for discoverer Wendy Sloboda: Unlike any other dinosaur, this creature’s skull is ringed with bone protrusions that curl inward toward the animal’s nose like gnarly crochet hooks. “They remind me a little bit of a weird sea anemone … Continue reading

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[links] The vampire squid and other cool things

Yes, there really is such a thing as a vampire squid, and it’s even cooler than the name suggests. A ‘living fossil,’ the vampire squid inhabits the deep waters of all the world’s ocean basins at depths from 500 to 3,000 m. The … Continue reading

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Raptor Red: A Very Short Review

By Brenda Clough I cannot resist ending our commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the publication of Pride and Prejudice by reviewing one of my most favorite versions of all time.  Raptor Red is authored by Robert T. Bakker, one … Continue reading

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